Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Heroic News: “Roe v. Wade: The History and the Truth” plus 6 more

Forty years after Roe v. Wade, we are just now learning the back history to the Supreme Court decision that allowed abortion on demand to become a national policy.
As Republican Rep. John Shimkus turned his line of questioning of Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to coverage of abortion procedures, one of his colleagues on the House Energy and Commerce Committee made her opinion of the question obvious. "
Britain's highest court has ruled in favor of a hospital that gained court approval to withhold treatment from a terminally ill man despite the family's opposition.
At Yale's first annual pro-life conference, advocates emphasized moving beyond current pro-life efforts to more directly address the issues and understandings of persons who don't see the dignity of all human life.
A ban on abortions when an unborn baby can feel pain took effect in Texas today, one day after a federal judge blocked other new restrictions on abortion practices in the state.
One thing Mary does not like, however, is contraception. Being on the pill made her "crazy"; getting an IUD felt, she says evocatively, "like having a hair caught in my throat"; and condoms "just don't feel good."
Government-friendly environment and development aid NGOs avoid this one like the plague: they never say the world is massively overpopulated and left that role for a few privileged hard line speakers - like Obama's chief science adviser John P. Holdren, guru ecologist Paul Ehrlich, the Club of Rome and its WorldShift Network, and a few others.